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  1. support zooming in TSI2 Javascript SDK

    Time Series JavaScript library supports various interesting capability. One of the undocumented ones is zooming in charts like it is provided in the TSI 1 and 2 azure platform service.
    To enhance the user experience in embedded szenarios it would be great if zooming in the client side SDK is supported (and doucmented).

    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/time-series-insights/tutorial-explore-js-client-lib

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  2. Support Java >=9 at Azure App Service

    It's a little disappointing to only be able to target Java 7 & 8 runtime with the provided app service containers. Java 9 and 10 are both GA, 9 more than a year ago now.

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  3. Azure tookit for Eclipse and IntelliJ not supporting Deployment slots

    We are trying to publish a Spring Boot Java API to Azure as an Azure API App without containerizing the code. The Deployment slots options is not available and it is forcing us to deploy to the Root of the Azure Web App

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  4. Azure tookit for Eclipse and IntelliJ should be be deployed as API App instead of Web App

    We are developing a Spring boot Java API that needs to be published to Azure as a Azure API App. However the Azure toolkit is creating a Azure Web App on the Portal. It is not recognizing any Azure API App sites on the App Plan. Since we have a separate Node.js client as a Web App, we need to publish the Sprint boot API as a Azure API App and manage it through the API Gateway/Traffic manager to create a separation of concerns/improved scalability. Please let us know if this option will be available.

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  5. kaushalp@outlook.com

    In Azure toolkit for eclipse, the UI doesn't allow to select/deselect all the subscriptions that are enumerated. It is a pain to manually uncheck everything and then select the subscription that I need to work with.

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  6. Paged result access for all resources in Azure SDK for Java

    The OperationResponse class provides functions (getNextLink()) to retrieve the next page of results if the number of those exceeds a threshold. However, only implementations of VirtualMachineOperations and ResourceGroupOperations could perform this kind of operation (with listNextLink()). I don't see this function or its equivalent on other kinds of resources. Could you please confirm and fix that?
    Thanks.

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  7. Create a complete Automation account with java SDK as done on the portal

    Create a complete Automation account with java SDK as done on the portal. I need to create an automation account as done on the azure portal so with the run as account flag to YES.

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  8. AzureServiceTokenProvider

    MSI is a great feature, in .Net using MSI is simple via AzureServiceTokenProvider it would make life much easier if there was a direct equivalent in the Java SDK. I do realise you can do MSI from Java but a few hoops to jump through to make code transparent between on-prem development and running in the cloud.

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  9. Shaded java SDK

    A shaded java SDK bundle jar, that contains all of the third-party dependencies in a relocated path.

    To be used for dependency conflict situations

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